Mull ferry options: getting to the Isle of Mull

Mull Ferry

The main Mull Ferry is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne, from Oban. The cost of crossing the sea to Mull has become much cheaper since last autumn with the introduction of RET fares.There are three possible crossings to the island and to Traigh Mhor holiday cottage, Mull Ferry options are:

1. Oban-Craignure – approximately 45 minutes

2. Lochaline-Fishnish – crossing takes 15 minutes and is a cheaper option, however, it is a longer drive to Lochaline, and to the cottage when you arrive on Mull at Fishnish. You may also need to take the Corran ferry from Fort William to reach Lochaline.

3. Kilchoan-Tobermory – the best ferry crossing if you are coming from the north. Autumn and winter visitors to Mull will be the first to take advantage of new low cost RET fares, introduced last autumn.

Mull ferry Bookings

Whatever time of year you’re visiting Mull, we’d advise booking the ferry both ways – in good time. Some sailings do fill up fast. The Kilchoan-Tobermory ferry and Lochaline-Fishnish ferry (both run by CalMac) are not bookable and are first come-first aboard.

Caledonian MacBrayne

For details of the Oban, Lochaline and Kilchoan (Ardnamurchan) ferries to Mull, timetables, fares and to book the Oban ferry online, visit www.calmac.co.uk You can also make enquiries by telephone on 01475 650100 or book on 08705 650000.

Corran Ferry Details

Find Mull ferry timetable information at the Lochaber Transport website. Or call the Corran Ferry Office at Ardgour on 01855 841 243)

Looking for a place to stay on Mull?

Traigh Mhor holiday cottage near Bunessan is a three-bedroom croft sleeping six.

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